All Employers Should Have an Employee Handbook!


This Provides:

  • employees with guidance and explanation of how employer operates,
  • employer with template for consistency.

Policies and procedures must be uniformly applied.

Types of policies will vary depending on the type of employer.

 

Employee handbooks should include:

  1. At-Will Statement
  2. Employee Acknowledgement (employee must sign)
  3. Benefits Summary
  4. Hours and Overtime
  5. Policies Addressing: 
  • EEO
  • Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation
  • *Conflicts of Interest (MANDATORY)
  • *Whistleblower Policy (MANDATORY when 20+ employees)
  • Violence in the Workplace
  • Paid Time Off/Vacation
  • Email/Internet/Social Media Usage
  • Workplace Conduct

Employee handbooks may also contain policies addressing:

 

  1. Confidential Information
  2. Business Ethics
  3. Responses to Media Inquiries
  4. Work for Hire/Intellectual Property
  5. Reference Checks
  6. Progressive Discipline
  7. Open Door Policy
  8. Nepotism Policy
  9. Visitors in the Workplace
  10. Tuition Reimbursement
  11. Dress Code
  12. Orientation
  13. Customer Relations and Conduct

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New York, NY

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